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The most amazing piece to tech you will see all week--guaranteed!


Secret Agent
Staff member
I've seen that before. Talk about a realtime zoom experience. Apparently this new program uses some serious methods of saving the RAM when zooming through everything.

I don't think any computer available right now could open that many images or zoom that close right now. That program must make a major difference in how memory is used and how all of these images are pulled together.

The Notre Dame Cathedral recreation is one of the coolest thing I have ever seen. Makes me wonder just how vast this program will be. I don't think they really even realize what they have created yet. This is MUCH more than a "Wiki" for images.

My question is will this program be something the public will ever be able to use?

Just wait 50 years when a video version is created that pulls video angles together instead of just images.